6 best tablets to buy under $100 in 2017: Infographic

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Are you looking for power and portability without a crushing price tag? Read on to discover our 6 best tablet finds for less than $100 each.

What to expect?

Forget Apple’s OS! Whilst it is user friendly, it isn’t the best out there and you can do so much more with Android. Which is exactly what you will find.

Expect to see Android (mobile phone interface on the big screen), Windows new sleek approach with their Win 10 Operating system and Amazons Fire operating system.

Avoid Chinese imports! They may look tempting, but lack build quality seen in reputable brands.

Amazon Fire HD 8

Rated 4.5 /5

The Fire HD 8 has an 8 inch, High Definition display. Ideal for all media, photos, films, e-books you name it!

With built in storage of 16GB, it is perfect for hundreds of hours of entertainment on the go.

The Fire HD has expandable memory up to 200GB Micro SD & a massive online streaming catalogue with Amazon Prime.

NeuTab 10.1 Plus

Rated at 4.5 / 5

10.1 inch screen and jam-packed with features it’s easy to see how this received a 4.5/5 rating!

Running android 5.1 Lollipop, the Octa core processor, 1GB of Ram and 16GB memory is a great budget gaming device.

This tablet is bigger than your average, but comes with a multitude of features including Bluetooth, USB and HDMI ports.

Ideal for gaming enthusiasts or can be paired with a Bluetooth keyboard for a compact laptop alternative.

Samsung Galaxy Tab E

Rated 4.5 / 5

Samsung is a premium player in the high end market, so this budget offering can be bought with confidence. It is perfect for students, gamers and professionals alike.

Running Android, this beast of a tablet will outperform most of its rivals with superb build quality, giving you great satisfaction for your money.

Weighing in at only 490g, you get a 9.6 inch screen, quad core 1.3 GHz processor 1.5 GB of Ram as well as an 8GB expandable memory. What more do you need?

Samsung Galaxy Tab A

Rated at 3.5 / 5

Another High power – low budget offering from Samsung.

This tablet is perfect for students and note takers, but the unresponsive screen reduces the appeal to those of you who love to game.

Despite this, Samsung is a high quality brand and still manages to cram in a quad core processor and nearly 2GB of Ram for your money!

Ematic EWT826BK
Rated 3.5 / 5

Running windows 8.1 and complete with a detachable keyboard. This is an ideal on the go laptop replacement for students on a budget.

The HD screen allows enjoyment of a wide range of media, whilst the 32GB memory provides enough room for hundreds of hours of video or music.

Lacking in ratings due to the low RAM at 1GB, this device is still a solid entry by a lesser known brand.

Toshiba Encore Min 

Rated 3.5 / 5

Looking for a low cost windows tablet? This is it.

Great processing power, but with Shared RAM reducing speed.

This tablet is redeemed by its lightweight functionality and one year subscription to Microsoft office included in the price.

Best Tablets Infographic

⊕ Source – Techy View

6 best tablets to buy under $100 in 2017: Infographic